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Key facts

Year Built 2000
Building Area Gross

Property description

The Liberty Building is one of the

most prominent buildings in the

west suburbs scaling 11 storeys and

measuring 10,367 sq m (111,592 sq

ft). The building is a focal point for

the Blanchardstown area.

The Landmark building was

constructed circa 2000 with all

floors refurbished since 2017. Each

level provides an impressive typical

floor plate in the region of 975 sq m

(10,500 sq ft) including allocation of

ground floor reception, offering an

open workspace with flexibility to

sub divide floors

Investment highlights

·      11 storey multi-let office investment.


·      Occupiers include

Liberty Insurance, LIT, OPW, Energia and West Pharma. 10,367 sq m (111,592 sq

ft) with 158 surface and basement car parking spaces.

·      Passing rent of €2,181,953 per annum* with Reversionary potential.


·      WAULT of 4 years to the earliest break and 10.5

years to expiry.


·      Property constructed circa 2000 with all floors refurbished

since 2017.


·      4 passenger lifts serving all floors. Adjacent

Dublin’s largest retail scheme providing a host of amenities for tenants

Last Updated Date: 16 May 2022

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